CZW Ultraviolent Underground Championship

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CZW Ultraviolent Underground Championship
Date established February 5, 2005
Date retired May 19, 2012
Promotion Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW)

The CZW Ultraviolent Underground Championship was a professional wrestling hardcore wrestling championship owned by the Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW) promotion. The title was introduced on February 5, 2005 at CZW's Only the Strong event. It has since been retired after being unified with the CZW World Heavyweight Championship.

Overall, there have been 18 reigns shared among 12 wrestlers. Title reigns are determined either by professional wrestling matches between wrestlers involved in pre-existing scripted feuds and storylines, or by scripted circumstances. Wrestlers are portrayed as either villains or heroes as they follow a series of tension-building events, which culminate in a wrestling match or series of matches for the championship. Title changes happen mostly at CZW-promoted events, which are usually released on DVD. The inaugural champion was JC Bailey, who defeated Necro Butcher in a Backstage Ultraviolent Underground Barbed Wire Cage Light Tubes Scaffold Death match on February 5, 2005 at CZW's Only the Strong event. Bailey, Brain Damage, Nick Gage and Drake Younger are all tied for the record of most reigns, with 2 each. At 379 days, Danny Havoc's first reign is the longest in the title's history. Younger's combined 2 reigns holds the record for most days as champion at 454. Sami Callihan's only reigns holds the record for shortest reign at less than one day.

Title history[edit]

# Order in reign history
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed
Event The event in which the title was won
Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign
N/A The information is not available or is unknown
+ Indicates the current reign is changing daily
# Wrestlers Reign Date Days
Location Event Notes
1 JC Bailey 1 February 5, 2005 [N 1] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Only the Strong JC Bailey defeated Necro Butcher in a BACKSTAGE ULTRAVIOLENT UNDERGROUND BARBED WIRE CAGE LIGHT TUBES SCAFFOLD DEATH MATCH to become the first champion.[1]
2 Zandig 1 July 2005 [N 2] The Junkyard Live event
3 Necro Butcher 1 July 30, 2005 14 New Castle, Delaware Tournament of Death IV Necro Butcher defeated Zandig and Nick Gage in a Ultraviolent Boxes, Barbed Wire Canvas, Light Tubes, Squared Circle Of Fear, & Whatever The Fuck Is Left Elimination Death Match.
4 JC Bailey 2 August 13, 2005 154 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Deja Vu 3 [2] Defeated Necro Butcher in a No Rope Barbed Wire, Barbed Wire Board, Barbed Wire Table & Barbed Wire Chair Match
5 Nick Gage 1 January 14, 2006 274 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania An Afternoon of Main Events Defeated J.C. Bailey and Necro Butcher in a three-way elimination No Rope Barbed Wire Match.
6 Drake Younger 1 October 15, 2006 209 Middletown, Delaware Fear This was a No Ropes Barbed Wire Match
7 Brain Damage 1 May 12, 2007 91 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Restore the Order This was a Barbed Wire Ropes, Barbed Wire Board, Pane of Glass & Ladder Match
Vacated August 11, 2007 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Dishonorable Conduct The title was vacated due to a double pinfall during a match between Brain Damage and Drake Younger.
8 Brain Damage 2 September 15, 2007 147 Smyrna, Delaware Tournament of Death: Fast Forward Damage defeated JC Bailey, Danny Havoc, and Scotty Vortekz in a Four Corners Elimination 200 Lighttubes Death match to win the vacant championship.
9 Drake Younger 2 February 9, 2008 245 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 9 F'N Years This was a Barbed Wire Boards & Panes of Glass Match
10 Danny Havoc 1 October 11, 2008 379 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Decision 2008 Havoc was awarded the championship by Younger.
11 Sami Callihan 1 October 25, 2009 0 Townsend, Delaware Tournament of Death: Rewind This was a Caribbean Pits of Death Deathmatch.[3]
12 Thumbtack Jack 1 October 25, 2009 84 Townsend, Delaware Tournament of Death: Rewind This was a Transylvania Death Match[3]
13 Adam Polak 1 January 17, 2010 294 Oberhausen, Germany 18+ Underground: Chapter Two This was a Death Match
14 Nick Gage 2 November 7, 2010 34 Oberhausen, Germany Tournament of Death vs. Gorefest This was a Polish Punishment Death Match
15 Yuko Miyamoto 1 December 11, 2010 101 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Cage of Death XII
16 Jun Kasai 1 March 22, 2011 18 Tokyo, Japan FREEDOMS This was a Glass Deathmatch
17 Danny Havoc 2 April 9, 2011 91 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Best of the Best X This was a Ragnarok and Roll Glass Crush Death Match
18 Masada 1 July 9, 2011 315 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania New Heights This was a Gusset Plate Deathmatch
- Deactivated - May 19, 2012 - Title was unified with the CZW World Heavyweight Championship.[4]

List of combined reigns[edit]

Symbol Meaning
¤ The exact length of at least one title reign is uncertain, so the shortest possible length is used.
Indicates the current champion(s)
<1 Indicates that the reign lasted less than one day.

As of December 28, 2014.

Rank[N 3] Wrestler # of reigns Combined days
1 Danny Havoc 2 470
2 Drake Younger 2 454
3 Masada 1 315
4 Nick Gage 2 308
5 JC Bailey¤ 2 300[N 1]
6 Adam Polak 1 294
7 Brain Damage 2 238
8 Yuko Miyamoto 1 101
9 Thumbtack Jack 1 84
10 Jun Kasai 1 18
11 Necro Butcher 1 14
12 Sami Callihan 1 <1
13 Zandig¤ 1 0[N 2]


  1. ^ a b The exact date in July 2005 on which JC Bailey was defeated by Zandig to win the championship during his first reign is unknown, which means that his reign lasted between 146 and 175 days.
  2. ^ a b The exact date in July 2005 on which Zandig defeated JC Bailey to win the championship during his first reign is unknown, which means that his reign lasted between 0 and 29 days.
  3. ^ Each reign is ranked highest to lowest; reigns with the same number mean that they are tied for that certain rank.


  1. ^ Lipinski, Keith (2005-03-05). "2006 List of Champs and Title Changes". Pro Wrestling Torch. Retrieved 2010-03-29. 
  2. ^ Magee, Bob (2005-08-14). "CZW 8/13 ECW Arena "Deja Vu: Wired" results (Bailey vs. Butcher...)". Retrieved 2010-03-29. 
  3. ^ a b Martin, Adam (2009-10-25). "CZW 10/25 Tournament Of Death". 
  4. ^ "The Future of the Ultraviolent Underground Championship". Retrieved May 19, 2012. 

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